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I have multiple pro teams that are my favorites and players that are my favorites, but there is only one absolute favorite. That's the Buckeyes, Ohio is my home, and I'm a Buckeye forever.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: A tie between being at the Shoe at the end of an undefeated season in 2012 and watching Cie Grant seal the National Championship win in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl and Ezekiel Elliot's final score to put away the 2015 National Championship Game.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Matt Wilhelm and Zach Boren
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Ron Lewis and Evan Turner
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals and anyone but the Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: None, I just root for the former Buckeyes
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 50 minutes ago

The Penn State game, I told my brother after that game, I said; 'If this team goes far this season, it will be because of the grit they showed in this game and when they get into trouble later, they'll just say, been there done that and bring it.' When Penn State sent it to OT and scored first, this team could've packed it in and said here we go again, going down late, but they rallied, won and from that point on they knew no one could stop them.

Comment 22 hours ago

Craig Krenzel, Bobby Carpenter, Anthony Schlegel, and AJ Hawk. Krenzel, Carpenter, and Schlegel were kind of going through the motions of a public autograph signing but were still very kind and gracious. Hawk however took it to another level, he made sure he looked every person in the eye, shook their hand, and thanked them for being there. He also would take pictures with kids. Was very impressed with #47.

Comment 23 hours ago

I think this a great policy. If any of the guys with their names up in the Shoe or their families give a player permission that's great. I can see young men being interested in honoring history, and adding their part to a jersey number, and I also respect a kid who wants to carve out his legacy with a number. One could virtually name a number, and we could talk about a great Buckeye who wore it well.

Comment 23 hours ago

I think that's only smart, we'd be out of double digit numbers before the end of my life!

Comment 26 Feb 2015

Watching the Sugar Bowl DVD and the Slobs dominated this game from the get go, other hiccups just distracted from it. That's something I love about this team. EVERY unit contributed to this championship. There wasn't a single Buckeye unit that didn't bring it. Undisputed!

Comment 25 Feb 2015

Going into that game, me and my Dad were just hoping the Buckeyes could stay with em, and make it a fight. Bosa's score blew the roof off my house, then it became real. The route was on, and hope lived. "This was not a fluke. It was an ambush." That perfectly describes that game. And it took everyone, including Buckeye nation, by surprise.